Nina Gordani, Singer, Will Be Guest Artist at Town Hall Affair
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Nina Gordani, Singer, Will Be Guest Artist at Town Hall Affair

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Naina Gordani, internationally known singer, and Guila Bustabo, the fourteen-year-old girl violin prodigy, will be guest artists at the ninth annual benefit concert of the Pioneer Women’s Organization, to be hald at Town Hall Saturday evening.

Mrs. Blanche Mogil, secretary of the New York council of the Women’s Organization, is in charge of the ticket sale and Mrs. A. Sher is superisor of the souvenir program.


Good seats are still available for the extra performances next Sunday of “Sailor Beware,” and for “Roberta,” the following Sunday. The former will be shown at the Lyceum Theatre and “Roberta” at the New Amsterdam Theatre. Both perormances are benefits for the Stage Relief Fund, and there’s no tax on admissions


The Theatre Union, producers of “I’eace On Earth,” celebrating the hundredth performance of this anti-war play, which occurred last Saturday night, held a meeting at the Civic Repertory Theatre last Sunday evening. Addresses were delivered by Alfred Maltz, John Woward Lawson, and Charles Walker. The Speakers reaffirmed their policy of presenting good plays at low box office prices. Their second play “Stevedore,” is going into rehearsal, and Mordecail Gorellie, who also addressed the audience last Sunday, will design the settings. “Stevedore” is the work of Paul Peters and Geoge Sklar, co-author of “Peace On Earth.”


Special holiday matinees today follow: “Ah Wilderness” at the Guild Theatre; “By Your Leave” at the Barrymore; “Days Without End” at the Henry Miller; “Her Master’s Voice” at the Plymouth; “Roberta” at the New Amsterdam; “The Shining Hour” at the Booth; “Mary of Scotland” at the National; “Sing and Whistle” at the Empon; “Richard of Bordeaux” at the Empire; “Pursuit of Happiness” at the Avon; “The Wind and the Rain” at the Ritz; “They Shall Not Road” at the Forty-Eigth Street Theatre.

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